The following is a list of playing cards containing names and titles of the most-wanted Iraqi officials. The U.S. military has distributed them to thousands of troops in the field to help them find senior members of Saddam Hussein's regime.

Ace of spades: Saddam Hussein, president.

King of spades: Ali Hassan al-Majid, presidential adviser/Revolutionary Command Council member.

Queens of spades: Muhammad Hamza Zubaydi, retired RCC member.

Jack of spades: Ibrahim Ahmad Abd al-Sattar Muhammad, Iraqi armed forces chief of staff.

Ten of spades: Hamid Raja Shalah, Air Force commander.

Nine of spades: Rukan Razuki Abd al-Ghafar, head of tribal affairs office.

Eight of spades: Tariq Aziz, deputy prime minister.

Seven of spades: Mahmud Dhiyab, minister of interior.

Six of spades: Amir Rashid Muhammad, presidential adviser/oil minister.

Five of spades: Watban Ibrahim Hasan, presidential adviser.

Four of spades: Muhammad Zimam Abd al-Razzaq, Baath Party regional command chairman.

Three of spades: Sa'd Abdul-Majid al-Faisal, Baath Party Regional command chairman.

Two of spades: Rashid Taan Kazim, Baath Party regional chairman.

Ace of clubs: Qusai Hussein, Saddam's son.

King of clubs: Izzat Ibrahim, RCC vice chairman

Queens of clubs: Kamal Mustafa Abdallah, secretary of the Republican Guard.

Jack of clubs: Sayf Al-Din Fulayyih Hasan Taha, Republican Guard chief of staff.

Ten of clubs: Latif Nusayyif Jasim, Baath Party military bureau deputy chairman.

Nine of clubs: Jamal Mustafa Abdallah, deputy head of tribal affairs.

Eight of clubs: Walid Hamid Tawfiq, governor of Basra.

Seven of clubs: Ayad Futayyih Khalifa, Quds forces chief of staff.

Six of clubs: Husam Muhammad Amin, head of National Monitoring Directorate.

Five of clubs: Barzan Ibrahim Hasan, presidential adviser.

Four of clubs: Samir Abd al-Aziz, Baath Party regional command chairman.

Three of clubs: Sayf al-Din, Baath Party regional command chairman.

Two of clubs: Ugla Abid Saqr, Baath Party regional chairman.

Ace of diamonds: Abid Hamid Mahmud, presidential secretary.

King of diamonds: Aziz Salih, Baath Party regional command chairman.

Queen of diamonds: Muzahim S'ab Hasan, air defense forces commander.

Jack of diamonds: Tahir Jalil Habbush, intelligence service.

Ten of diamonds: Taha Yasin Ramadan, vice president/RCC member.

Nine of diamonds: Taha Muhyi al-Din Maruf, vice president/RCC member.

Eight of diamonds: Himat Mizaban Ibrahim, deputy prime minister and finance minister.

Seven of diamonds: Amir Hamudi Hasan, presidential scientific adviser.

Six of diamonds: Sabawi Ibrahim Hasan, presidential adviser.

Five of diamonds: Abd al-Baqi Abd al-Karim Abdallah, Baath Party regional command chairman.

Four of diamonds: Yahya Abdallah, Baath Party regional command chairman.

Three of diamonds: Mushin Khadr, Baath Party regional command chairman.

Two of diamonds, Adil Abdallah Mahdi, Baath Party regional command chairman.

Ace of hearts: Odai Hussein, Saddam's son.

King of hearts: Hami Abd al-Latif Tilfah, special security organization.

Queen of hearts: Barzan Abd al-Ghafur Sulayman Majid, Special Republican Guard commander.

Jack of hearts: Rafi Abd al-Latif Tilfah, director of general security.

Ten of hearts: Abd al-Tawab Mullah Huwaush, deputy prime minister.

Nine of hearts: Mizban Khadr Hadi, RCC member.

Eight of hearts: Sultan Hashim Ahmad, minister of defense.

Seven of hearts: Zuhayr Talib Abd al-Sattar, director of military intelligence.

Six of hearts: Muhammad Mahdi, minister of trade.

Five of hearts: Huda Salih Mahdi Ammash, weapons of mass destruction scientist.

Four of hearts: Humman Abd al-Khaliq Abd, minister of higher education and scientific research.

Three of hearts: Fadil Mahmud Gharib, Baath Party regional command chairman.

Two of hearts: Ghazi Hammud, Baath Party regional command chairman.

Two jokers: One lists Arab titles, the other Iraqi military ranks.